I have 2 HD with a operative system, but the pc don't access to the disks also separately, I try to connect 1 HD but is the same... the led of pc power is ok and the led that read a disk is every on, if a disconnect he disks, that led power off... help me...
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several things come to mind. If you are positive the6850 is good then my first guess would be your power supply. the specs for this card says it needs a500 watt or greater p.s. if the p.s. is good then check your Pci slot to verify it is a pcix 16, nd lastly this card also requires 1 gig system memory. try this and let me k now if it doesn't work
Hi, I think that the operating has gone corrupt and needs to be reinstalled. First, make sure that your PC can read the hard disk in BIOS (at boot up, press F2 to enter BIOS and check "Drive Configuration). You should be able to find the hard drive (as well as CD/DVD ROM) here. If not check the hard disk cables etc. At boot up, you may also press F12 for Boot Menu and select the primary hard disk for booting up the PC. Secondly, boot the PC from CD ROM, Delete the partitions and make fresh partitions for installation of the operating system. You may also add the hard disk of your PC to another PC (as slave) and delete all the partitions from the operating system and make fresh partitions. Place the hard back into your PC and proceed with installation.
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For checking: 1.cd rom/dvd rom is functinal/ working properly 2. sata cable is ok. 3. cd window xp is clean and clear.
if all that okay, try again reinstall.
if 1 and 2 is okay, you should see the cd rom in [my computer] so, what you need now is try to clean your cd/disk with suitable cleaner. if you dont have it, you can try with perfume with have alcoholic. clean using soft tissue and make sure no dirt at that disc.
You say, you cant found cd drive? in [my computer] or during setup? if your pc still can log on. try log on window, open my computer to see and check your cd drive have no problem. try ..and request again. im here until 5 pm..hope can help you
1. the disk may not be compatible with the operating system that it is being install on. 2. If you are attempting to install Window 98 on and Windows Xp Operating system it may not install or display properly due to the requirements of the new operating system. 3. check the software to be installed to see if it is compatible with the system it is being installed on.
as i understand from your text you have already connected the hard disks.
NTLDR is the loader files that start your windows operating system. the problem could be due to one of the following
1- one of the hard disk other than your "c" drive also has windows installed on it. if windows in still on it then it is causing the problem.
2- one of your drives has had windows on it but deleted. if windows has been it and deleted it has not been done correctly. you need to format that drive clean.
3- hard disk boot priority in the CMOS setup need to be changed. at boot time press Delete or F2 to get to the Bios screen. look for hard disk boot priority and set to show your current "c" drive as the first drive.
if u haven't overclocked it yet (goes easy to 2.4 to 2.6 some more, don;t go over 1.7V though) then you should single out the problem part by booting with:
1) try 1 memory stick only
2) safe mode
3) only necessary cards, possibly gr.card only
now as we all know the quality of Microsofts products, try installing a fresh copy of your legal windows OS on any other disk or even the same with the separate installation option if you must.
Simply, there is no better way to find the problem. Windows xp is rather funny lately with its updates...
Good luck m8